European Pairs Speedway Championship Classification

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The table below is a medal classified table of every motorcycle speedway rider to have finished in the top three of a European Pairs Speedway Championship competition, between 2004 and 2014. In total, 61 different riders from 9 national teams have a European Pairs Championship medal(s). Aleš Dryml, Jr. and Lukáš Dryml hold the record with six medals (four gold and two silver) each.

Motorcycle speedway motorcycle sport

Motorcycle speedway, usually referred to as speedway, is a motorcycle sport involving four and sometimes up to six riders competing over four anti-clockwise laps of an oval circuit. The motorcycles are specialist machines which use only one gear and have no brakes; racing takes place on a flat oval track usually consisting of dirt, loosely packed shale, or crushed rock. Competitors use this surface to slide their machines sideways, powersliding or broadsiding into the bends. On the straight sections of the track the motorcycles reach speeds of up to 70 miles per hour (110 km/h).

The European Pairs Speedway Championship is an annual speedway event held in different countries organized by the European Motorcycle Union (UEM) since 2004.

Classification

PosRiderTeamTotal Gold medal icon.svg Silver medal icon.svg Bronze medal icon.svg
1. Aleš Dryml, Jr. Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czech Republic 642
Lukáš Dryml Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czech Republic 642
3. Sebastian Ułamek Flag of Poland.svg  Poland 422
4. Matěj Kůs Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czech Republic 22
5. Martin Smolinski Flag of Germany.svg  Germany 211
Bohumil Brhel Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czech Republic 211
Adam Skórnicki Flag of Poland.svg  Poland 211
8. Andriy Karpov Flag of Ukraine.svg  Ukraine 211
Oleksandr Loktaev Flag of Ukraine.svg  Ukraine 211
Stanislav Melnichuk Flag of Ukraine.svg  Ukraine 211
Robert Kościecha Flag of Poland.svg  Poland 211
12. Václav Milík, Jr. Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czech Republic 11
Eduard Krčmář Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czech Republic 11
Tomáš Suchánek Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czech Republic 11
Kevin Wölbert Flag of Germany.svg  Germany 11
Max Dilger Flag of Germany.svg  Germany 11
Jarosław Hampel Flag of Poland.svg  Poland 11
Przemysław Pawlicki Flag of Poland.svg  Poland 11
Piotr Pawlicki Jr. Flag of Poland.svg  Poland 11
Wiesław Jaguś Flag of Poland.svg  Poland 11
Krzysztof Kasprzak Flag of Poland.svg  Poland 11
Janusz Kołodziej Flag of Poland.svg  Poland 11
Marcin Rempała Flag of Poland.svg  Poland 11
Zdeněk Simota Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czech Republic 11
Karol Ząbik Flag of Poland.svg  Poland 11
26. Renat Gafurov Flag of Russia.svg  Russia 523
27. Norbert Magosi Flag of Hungary.svg  Hungary 211
Matej Žagar Flag of Slovenia.svg  Slovenia 211
Izak Šantej Flag of Slovenia.svg  Slovenia 211
30. Damian Baliński Flag of Poland.svg  Poland 11
Adrian Miedziński Flag of Poland.svg  Poland 11
Norbert Kościuch Flag of Poland.svg  Poland 11
Mariusz Puszakowski Flag of Poland.svg  Poland 11
Andžejs Ļebedevs Flag of Latvia.svg  Latvia 11
Ķasts Puodžuks Flag of Latvia.svg  Latvia 11
Jozsef Tabaka Flag of Hungary.svg  Hungary 11
Tobias Kroner Flag of Germany.svg  Germany 11
Roberto Haupt Flag of Germany.svg  Germany 11
Sławomir Drabik Flag of Poland.svg  Poland 11
Siergiej Filiushin Flag of Russia.svg  Russia 11
Krzysztof Jabłoński Flag of Poland.svg  Poland 11
Jernej Kolenko Flag of Slovenia.svg  Slovenia 11
Artem Laguta Flag of Russia.svg  Russia 11
Grigory Laguta Flag of Russia.svg  Russia 11
Adrian Rymel Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czech Republic 11
Simon Vlasov Flag of Russia.svg  Russia 11
47. Denis Gizatullin Flag of Russia.svg  Russia 22
48. Vitaliy Belousov Flag of Russia.svg  Russia 11
Kenni Larsson Flag of Denmark.svg  Denmark 11
Peter Kildemand Flag of Denmark.svg  Denmark 11
Victor Golubovsky Flag of Russia.svg  Russia 11
Jurica Pavlic Flag of Croatia.svg  Croatia 11
Dino Kovačić Flag of Croatia.svg  Croatia 11
Aleksiej Charczenko Flag of Russia.svg  Russia 11
Tomasz Gapiński Flag of Poland.svg  Poland 11
Ronnie Jamroży Flag of Poland.svg  Poland 11
Daniel Jeleniewski Flag of Poland.svg  Poland 11
Robert Miśkowiak Flag of Poland.svg  Poland 11
Roman Povazhny Flag of Russia.svg  Russia 11
Laszlo Szatmari Flag of Hungary.svg  Hungary 11
Rafał Szombierski Flag of Poland.svg  Poland 11

See also

The table below is a classified table of every speedway rider to have finished in the top three of a Speedway World Championship competition.

The table below is a medal classified table of every motorcycle speedway rider to have finished in the top three of a Speedway World Cup competition. In total, 79 different riders from 6 national teams have a SWC medal(s). Updated after the 2016 Speedway World Cup Final.

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